"My friend says that he loves you a lot."

Translation:Mi amigo dice que te quiere mucho.

April 6, 2013


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how can mi amiga be correct when it is speaking about a male?

August 9, 2013


I missed this too, but once I read into it more, I realized that the friend could be a female speaking about another friend who is male.

January 6, 2014


I think both "Mi amigo dice que el te quiere mucho" and "Mi amiga dice que el te quiere mucho" are correct answers. They have different meanings: in the first sentence, the person who loves the person addressed a lot could either be the friend himself or a third (male) person. In the second sentence, only the latter meaning is possible.

March 14, 2014


Can you add "a tu" to the end?

May 22, 2013


Is there a rule about dicer que? I use it with que but I'm sure I've seen sentences with que missing?

March 28, 2014


Where did the reflexives come from all of a sudden?

April 6, 2013


Te can be a direct or indirect object pronoun. In this sentence quiere or ama /loves is referring to a direct object 'you'. When the person is an object and not a subject in the sentence we use pronouns and have the option of adding for clarification purposes the prepositional phrase 'a ella' for example.

August 26, 2013


It´s not reflexive. "te" or "os" are direct objects.

April 24, 2013


No kidding. Trial by fire, here.

April 9, 2013


Los quiere a ustedes????

May 4, 2013


I always thought the lo,la,le,te...goes in front of the FIRST verb, regardless of what the sentence says in English. What happened here??

June 26, 2018
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